Robert Llewelyn first appears on any census in 1881, living at The School House, Llanddoget, Denbigh, Wales. His father Robert O. Jones, 26, was Head of the household and a School Master who had been born in Llanddeiniolen, Caernarvon, Wales, His mother, Elizabeth Jones 30, had been born in Llanllechid, Caernarvon, Wales. Their children were Richard O Jones 3 and Robert Ll. Jones age 1. He, like his father, had been born in Llanddoget, Denbigh, Wales.
By the 1891 census they had moved to Boy’s School House in Bettws y Coed, Caernarvonshire. Father, Robert O 36 was still a School Master. Elizabeth, his wife was 39. Richard O jnr was 13, Robert Llewelyn was 11. There was a new addition to the family. Margaret M.G was 3. They all spoke English & Welsh, except daughter Margaret who only spoke English.
On the 1901 census Robert Llewelyn, 21 was working as a Draper’s Assistant in Wrexham living at 14, Hope Street, Wrexham Denbighshire. There were 9 Draper’s assistants boarding at this address. There were 3 Domestic Servants.
I believe that Robert married Charlotte Gertrude Howell in Holy Trinity Church, Oswestry in the September quarter of 1906 (Shrewsbury C-OS18/2/114 ShropshireBMD)
The1911 census tells us that Robert Llewelyn had moved to Paris House, 113 High Street Connahs Quay, Flintshire. where he was a Draper ( Millinery & Fancies) and was an Employer. He had been married for 5 years and had one child. Robert’s wife and child were not there that night so are not recorded on the census. Consequently we don’t know their names. There was a servant, Lucy Bennion listed.
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There is a death Certificate for a Robert Llewellyn Jones 1919 Flint, Flintshire (Mold) North Wales Flnt/32/79